Russo, Bob
July 2012
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2012, p164
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions on how hospitality organizations can protect card information against credit card breaches and data theft. It says that unneeded data should be eliminated or transmission of encrypted or tokenized data can be made to simplify compliance efforts. It adds that organizations should focus on establishing security best practices and compliance will just follow. It mentions the benefits of having an individual or team to manage protocols for compliance and security.


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